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The Cure Corridor is a location and a concept designed to promote the innovative activities occurring around the concentration of the bio-life sciences sector along Scottsdale's Shea Boulevard and Scottsdale Road from the Scottsdale Airpark to SkySong, the Scottsdale ASU Innovation Center. The bio-life sciences sector is a major driver of the innovation economy in the State of Arizona, Greater Phoenix region and City of Scottsdale. According to the Flinn Foundation, the biosciences in Arizona “develop treatments for health afflictions, design diagnostics to gauge and prevent illness, strengthen our food supply, develop alternative fuel sources, and much more.”
From education and research, to clinical trials and patient care delivery, Scottsdale is home to an amazing array of business assets in the bio-life sciences sector, particularly on and around the Cure Corridor.
Gobiquity, a ground breaking healthcare technology company which introduced the first pediatric mobile vision screening app, relocated/expanded to Scottsdale
Mixing world-class healthcare with cutting-edge genomic science and startup tech smarts, Scottsdale’s Cure Corridor aims to be Arizona’s medical solutions incubator.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Oct. 05, 2015 –
Scottsdale’s Cure Corridor represents the biggest assemblage of cutting-edge healthcare and bioscience institutions in the state, comprising some 45 patient care delivery, research and clinical trial companies, with 17 located in the Scottsdale Airpark area alone. All hovering over that big western T-bone.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Jan. 2016) - The City of Scottsdale’s directed effort to expand the presence of medical-related business is focused on a T-shaped geography that runs along Scottsdale Road from the Airpark to Thomas Road and along Shea Boulevard from Scottsdale to the Mayo facility at 136th Street, which it has branded the “Cure Corridor.” The city created a YouTube video, The Scottsdale Cure Corridor, to promote the area and that Christian Green, Scottsdale’s economic development manager, says companies also use to recruit.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Dec.30, 2015 – The impact of the Scottsdale Cure Corridor grows more apparent following the third annual gathering of the innovators, bio-scientists, doctors, health-care and pharmaceutical managers, investors and government regulators who make up this collaboration..
The Cure Corridor is not only a location but a concept designed to promote the innovative activities occurring around the concentration of biotech and life sciences industries from Shea Blvd. to the Scottsdale Airpark. Companies like TD2, Scottsdale Healthcare Research Institute, Mayo Clinic and more regularly speak about their excitement in being integral parts of the cluster.
“The Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center campus, with its Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center, Scottsdale Healthcare Research Institute, peripheral stem cell (bone marrow) transplant institute and other programs, is becoming the epicenter of research activity across the Scottsdale Lincoln Health Network. We are creating an infrastructure that continues to attract top talent to our organization and the city of Scottsdale, with an impressive depth of science through diagnostic, treatment and genomic research capabilities and stable, high-paying jobs that represent a very important asset to our patients and community. Our city’s residents are fortunate to have world-class care right here in their own back yards. From our outstanding community physicians to nationally-known physician scientists, you don’t need to travel elsewhere for the latest advances in medicine.”Tom Sadvary, CEO, HonorHealth